Kentucky.gov Newsroom- Creating a Press Release
- If logging in for the first time, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have access established. You will need to provide your Kentucky.gov username, agency and level of access you are requesting (author or publisher). If you do not have a Kentucky.gov account, please visit our Registration Center.
- Authors may create press releases, Publishers have the ability to create, edit and publish releases.
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- Click Add Press Release
- Enter a Title
- This will serve as the title of your press release and will appear in the Kentucky.gov activity stream.
- Enter a Summary
- This will appear in the press release listing in your Newsroom.
- Enter a Title
- Add Content
- Add Contact associated with the press release.
- Upload attachments associated with the press release. Note that accepted attachment files include jpg, jpeg, tiff, png, docx, doc or pdf. You may upload up to 5 attachment with an individual size limit of 1MB or less.
- Add any content hyperlinks with the hyperlink button.
- Choose the relevant Topics that you would like to associate with the release. This will allow users of Kentucky.gov to find your release by topic, as well as agency.
- Select the Contact that you would like associated with the release. If you desire to list multiple contacts, you may add a contact to your newsroom with the names you wish to associate to a release and select that option from the drop down Contact menu or may add multiple contact information in the body of your release.
- Click Save for Approval or Approve
- Based on your workflow and user permissions, you will either see Submit for Approval or Approve. Submit for Approval will start the workflow. Approve will make the page “live”.
- Your press release has now been published.
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